Mark Zuckerberg faces new grilling over data scandal – live updates

CBS News May 22, 2018, 11:54 AM

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to apologize to leaders of the European Parliament Tuesday for not doing enough to protect user data. The meeting in Brussels will be streamed live.

    Viewers can watch the meeting in the player above. It is expected to begin at 12:15 p.m. ET.

    Lawmakers are expected to question Zuckerberg about Facebook’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the misuse of personal data.

    A new European data-protection law goes into effect Friday.

    Follow along with Mark Zuckerberg testimony updates below


  • What is Mark Zuckerberg expected to say?

    11:54 a.m. ET: Mark Zuckerberg plans to apologize for not taking a broad enough view of Facebook’s responsibilities, a source told CBS News.

    The Facebook CEO is expected to discuss action the company has taken against Cambridge Analytica, according to a source with knowledge of Zuckerberg’s remarks.

    Cambridge Analytica is the controversial, now-shuttered British political consulting firm whose use of Facebook data during the 2016 American presidential election and the U.K. “Brexit” referendum has led to multiple investigations.

    Zuckerberg was also expected to discuss Facebook’s efforts to protect election integrity and seek to emphasize the importance of Europe to the company.

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